Madison Advisors' Analysts to Offer Strategy and Expertise at Xplor '06
Press release from the issuing company
Colleyville, TX (January 24, 2006) – Madison Advisors, an advisory firm that advances the print and electronic communications objectives of Fortune 1000 companies, today announced that Kemal Carr, president, and Richard Huff, principal analyst, will share their expertise on statement composition strategies and enterprise output management systems at Xplor 2006, the Global Document Exchange and GOA/Xplor Exhibit. The conference will be held at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Florida, February 1 – 5, 2006.
Carr will co-present with Neil Merchant of American Express on “Statementing Re-Composed: Strategy in Action,” on Thursday, February 2 at 11 a.m. Carr and Merchant will discuss innovative new strategies for reaching customers through re-designing statements. They will also share effective practices for statement composition and review the latest technology advancements in this area.
Huff’s session, “Selecting an Enterprise Output Management System for Your Organization,” is Saturday, February 4, at 11 a.m. Huff will share the results of Madison Advisors’ one-of-a-kind “Market Study on Enterprise Output Management Systems,” published in August 2005. He will discuss market trends and the core business drivers behind transactional print management, including increased efficiencies, reduced costs, and risk management. He will also review best practices for assessing goals and requirements for EOMS and discuss the latest EOMS technology from Emtex, IBM, and Océ, among others.
“Madison Advisors sessions are a valued component of the Xplor conference,” said Skip Henk, EDP, president and CEO of Xplor, International. “Carr and Huff always provide attendees with innovative insight into today’s most relevant topics in the print and electronic communications industry.”
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